Betty Scott Stam
Elisabeth Alden Scott Stam
February 22, 1906 in Albion, MI
Killed December 7, 1934 in Miaosheo, China by Communist soldiers
Dr. Charles Ernest and Clara Heywood Scott
Beatrice Stevenson, Helen Mahy, Francis and Kenneth.
Married October 25, 1933 to John Stam in Jinan, China by Rev. R.A. Torrey, Jr.
Helen Priscilla, born in September, 1934
As a child, rededicated her life in 1925 at a Keswick conference in NJ
Wilson College, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Received bachelor’s degree, involved in student government and the literary society.
Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, Illinois for further training in Christian work. Served on the executive committee of the Missionary Union.
Sailed to China with China Inland Mission (now called Overseas Missionary Fellowship). Assigned to Fowyang in Anwhei province
Joined John in his work in Xiancheng, China, completed her language study and assisted in evangelistic work.
Traveled to Jingde, China to run the mission station.
Moved to Wuhu, China where Helen Priscilla was born. Investigated possibility of evangelistic work in the area.
Moved back to Jindge which was taken captive by the Communist army and was taken hostage and murdered.